TICVF 2016 Expo (The International Commercial Vehicle Fair) all set to start from 8th April
Published On Apr 07, 2016
Commercial vehicles seem to climb the automotive trajectory quite aggressively with ever-impressive coverages and events taking place in the domain. In the protruding spree of gala affairs showing up at all levels in the field, CV finds a new avenue to cherish its extensive line of offerings with The International Commercial Vehicle Fair.
The annual event organized by Nexinno Trade Fairs is offering high hopes to the industry with its successful first two seasons held in 2013 and 2014. Being supported and directed by India's Leading Transport Trade Associations headed by AIMTC (All India Motor Transport Congress), TICVF boasts to be the first ever automotive fair dedicated to the CV segment.
The 3-dayer event (dated 08th-10th April 2016) at Tex Valley, Coimbatore, India, is all set to bring you a wide array of commercial vehicle supplies – showcasing equipment, components and accessories from the trucking domain. Count on exhibitors from all divisions including M&HCVs and LCVs (including coach and truck body builders), Specialty CV manufacturers (pollution control equipment, cleaning and polishing materials), allied services (vehicle safety equipment, carriage units and fleet networking system) and other segment verticals.
The purpose of the event stands tall with far-reaching objectives of exchanging views on technological development and user expectations around commercial vehicles. Interactive seminars, product showcases, collaborative sessions and industrial presentations make it an ideal platform to touch base with everything happening in the CV space.
As depicted by the event organizers and experts, The International Commercial Vehicle Fair 2016 Expo is going to be grades ahead of the previous two seasons, bringing in more opportunities and worth spanning across all portions and layers of the industry. As always, the event is expected to receive fleet owners, transport companies, big and small truck operators, logistics companies, engineers, consultants and other people from the industry in large numbers.